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Explanation: ...to conduct an on-site inspection and study significant (forensic) evidence there.
There has been a gruesome murder trial going on in the UK for some time now, involving the murder of two ten-year old girls. Apart from police investigations, the jury was taken for on-site visits to the accused's house and the place where the girls' bodies were found.
Maybe "crime scene" as in the second example, could be a possibility. This is more commonly excpressed as "the scene of the crime".
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... that the suspect could not be the source of the crime scene sample. ... that do DNA testing
still are not subject to independent on-site inspection, double blind ...